Area briefs: SU field hockey adds assistant to coaching staff
WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University head field hockey coach Ashley Smeltzer announced Wednesday that she has added Alyssa David to her coaching staff for the 2013 season.
David comes to Shenandoah after a four-year career for longtime Division III power William Smith College in Geneva, N.Y.
David, who was a four-year starter on defense for the Hurons, begins her first collegiate coaching assignment after completing a playing career that saw her play in two NCAA Tournaments and win one Liberty League title.
In addition to her William Smith playing career, David spent a semester studying at Trinity St. David University in Wales in the spring of 2012 and helped that squad to its first-ever victory over its rival university.
James Wood wins district mini
WINCHESTER — James Wood captured the second Northwestern District mini tournament Tuesday at the Winchester Country Club with a four-player score of 323.
Led by individual champion Will Holmes (even-par 72), the Colonels won by 13 strokes over runner-up Sherando (336). Millbrook was third (348), Handley was fourth (368) and Skyline was fifth (381).
Also leading James Wood were Roger Repasky (80), Hunter Hall (83) and Peyton Crickman (88).
Sherando’s Brett Loy was second overall with a 73, and Mason Scott shot an 82 for the Warriors.
Millbrook was led by Brian McGuire (78) and Collin Shifflett (83). Handley was paced by Jamie Miller (87).